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MADDERN marriages 1849-1885 Victoria Australia

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MADDERN marriages 1849-1885 Victoria Australia.

MADDERN (males)


George
married Mary Ann LANYON 1853.

James
married Jane CURNOW 1855.

William
married Jane BONE 1856.

Richard
married Bridget Monaghan 1857.

William
married Ann FAHEY 1858.

John
married Eliza WYNNE 1860.

Thomas
married Anne WYNNE 1861.

John Thomas
married Grace MITCHELL 1862.

John
married Margaret Hannan Shaw THOM 1867.

William
married Anne MANNING 1870.

James
married Mary Ann THORGOOD 1874.

Solomon
married Isabella FOSTER 1876.

James
married Fanny Mary BOWEN 1880.

Solomon
married Margaret OBRIEN 1882.

William Henry
married Louisa PORTWINE 1884.

Richard
married Mary DEMPSTER 1884.

Richard
married Catherine Julia FITZGERALD 1885.

MADDERN (females)

Mary
married Thomas HOLLOW 1849.

Pee
married Thomas OSBORNE 1853.

Elizabeth Pee
married Joseph CHAPPEL 1861.

Blanche
married William WALLIS 1867.

Catherine
married Frederick Thomas PEARSON 1874.

Emma
married Charles Taylor MOLYNEUX 1874.

Mary Jane
married Alfred WHEATLAND 1874.

Jane Daniel
married Joseph LAW 1875.

Mary Ann
married Robert Morrison GRANT 1877.

Margaret Hannah SHAW
married Joseph RICHARDS 1878.

Mary Ann
married John Dunn DALE 1881.

Mary Jane
married Richard John MOON 1881.

Minnie
married Henry THOMPSON 1881.

Ellen
married David COOKE 1881.

Annie
married Thomas COX 1882.

Jane
married William Henry JENKIN 1883.

Maud Ethel
married Edward STEET 1884.

Margaret
married Alexander LAWSON 1884.

Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the MADDERN lines.

JN 33182

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Please note. Journals are intended to assist new researchers locate family members in Australia and should only be used as a guide for follow up research and record searches as intended. Due to spelling and informant errors appearing in the records, typo errors and the misreading of the records by myself mistakes must be expected. Errors will be corrected when detected.

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